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Posted Wednesday, December 29, 2010 8:26 PM


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March seems like a long time ago!

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Posted Thursday, December 30, 2010 8:26 AM


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Gotta agree. I think there's some maturing going on in the SQL Server DBA community that's making it tighter-knit and more effective. (By "maturing", I don't mean a move from sophomoric imbecility to something else, I mean growth into an essentially new organism.)

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WOW, excellent summing up, Steve!


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I think the community has gotten stronger. That could be simply because I became aware of the community. Great job to the community.



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Hi Steve,

Agreed. The SQL Server Community is awesome! Part of the reason is that you're part of it.

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Thanks, Andy, right back at you.






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